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Jul 16, 2011 7:00pm EDT
she didn't baruch urbach, had never read the koran in the original holy language. but she still nonetheless survived with a sense of importance, which i ascribe to as a particularly american kind of disease where you can go and tell them exactly how they can be good muslims. and so, that sort of flipside of that, which is why was even more interesting now, what did he expect from her? what did he want from her? did he want to use her as a proxy? was he going to marry her? what does his wife and? what do children think? you know, what were his intentions towards her? did he want her to translate his book? so there were all these questions about how she was -- when she arrived in pakistan come you know, she immediately started writing a column. she was interviewed. she was profiled. it was like a sensation. here's this westerner who has given up everything to come out of this sense of faith, to live with us and tell us that we are superior to the west. so there was all that going on. so that was another assertive series of questions i had to kind of answer. but as far as feminism
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